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Staffing And The School Day

Teaching Staff

Acting Headteacher: Mrs Therese Pullan
Assistant headteachers:  Mr Daniel Cole
Designated Safeguarding Leads: Mrs Therese Pullan; Mr Daniel Cole
SENCo: Mrs Therese Pullan

Year Group Teachers Teaching Assistants
Reception Mrs M Mayes Mrs D Stock/Mrs D Thompson/Mrs J Caviglia
Year 1 Mrs K Notaro Mrs L Gregory (ELSA)*
Year 2 Mrs R Menham/Mrs F Hill Miss A Wasserfall
Year 3 Miss J Morrison Mrs M Bradford/Mrs D Greenslade/Mrs S Smith/Mr M Ambrose
Year 4 Mrs B Howell Mrs E King
Year 5 Mrs E Hanley (maternity leave) Ms L Caswell Mrs S Day (Learning Mentor)*/Mrs R Jones
Year 6 Mr D Cole Mrs N Andrew

Support Staff 

School Office Administrator Mrs Stephanie Ghattas
School Office Administrator Mrs Tracy Major
ICT Technician Mr Ian Hunt
Midday Supervisor Mrs Tracy Perkins
School Cook / Part-time Caretaker Mr Richard Bartlett
Catering Assistant Mrs Pat Butcher
Catering Assistant Mrs Suzanne Underwood
Catering / Cleaning Assistant Mrs Rose Kirby
Caretaker Mr Richard Bartlett
Cleaning Assistant Mrs Lynne Brooker

Our School Day (subject to change)

08.50 Whistle blows, children start to arrive in classrooms
09.00 Registration closes, first lesson starts Tuesday – Junior Singing and Reflection in hall
09.30 Thursday – Infant Assembly
10.30 Monday, Wednesday, Friday – Whole school assembly in hall
10.30 Thursday – Junior Assembly
10.40 Tuesday – Infant Singing and Reflection in hall
10.45 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday – Playtime
11.00 Tuesday – Playtime
12.10 Infant Lunch Play
12.15 Junior Lunch
12.45 Infant Lunch, Junior Lunch Play
13.15 Afternoon lessons begin
14.30 Infant afternoon play
15.10 School ends for Infants
15.15 School ends for Juniors

The playground is staffed from 8.40am every morning. For health and safety reasons, we ask that children are not dropped off at school before this time. **Please note new arrangements for drop off and pick up & collection during COVID-19**

*What is a Learning Mentor?

Our learning mentor sometimes works with individual children and small groups to work on issues such as friendship, confidence, anger and other issues that may have be impacting as a result of things that have occurred at home.

*What is an ELSA?

An ELSA (emotional literacy support assistant) develops and delivers emotional literacy support to pupils who have difficulties understanding, identifying and managing emotions so that they can develop these skills and become more emotionally resilient.